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OneFamily was established in April 2015 as a result of a merger between Family Investments and Engage Mutual. For the following FAQs please refer to the answer that relates to the provider you took out your product with (prior to April 2015). This will be either Family Investments or Engage Mutual.

What other ways are there to pay into an account?

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Junior ISA, Global Investment Child Trust Fund and Ethical Child Trust Fund

To find out more about how to pay into an account, please look at our pay-in page below:

Ways to pay into an account »

Please note, the minimum payment is £10.

UK Investments Child Trust Fund

You can make one-off payments or set up a standing order from any bank or building society.

Here are our bank details:

Sort code: 20-37-13

Account number: 80017310

Reference: The child's CTF account number (e.g. 01234567)

Please note:

  • you can set up standing orders to pay on any day of the month
  • the total that can be paid into a CTF account in a single year is £4,080. This is the limit for the CTF, and not a limit for each person who pays in.
  • payments are a gift to the child and can't be returned to the payer
  • the minimum payment is £5. If the payment is smaller, we'll have to return it to you.

You can make a one-off payment to a CTF account by cheque:

  • please write your cheque to Engage Mutual Assurance
  • please write the child's name, date of birth and CTF account number on the back, and send it to the address below:

FREEPOST OneFamily (Please note, this is the full address)

There are a couple of things you should bear in mind. First, only the child can take the money out, and only once they're 18. Second, as the account invests in shares, it could have good potential to grow. But it's worth remembering that its value can fall as well as rise. This is normal for this kind of investment, but it does mean the child could get back less than you've paid in.

Junior Bond and Family Bond

We're sorry, but we can only accept payments by direct debit.

Ethical Equity ISA

It's easy to make a one-off payments cheque. Just write a cheque to 'Family Equity Plan Limited', or to yourself. Please make sure you write your name and Ethical Equity account number on the back, or there may be a delay in investing your money.

Here's our address:

FREEPOST OneFamily (Please note, this is the full address)

Please note, the minimum amount for a payment into an Ethical Equity ISA is £50.

There are a couple of things you should bear in mind. As the account invests in shares, it could have good potential to grow. But it's worth remembering that its value can fall as well as rise. This is normal for this kind of investment, but it does mean you could get back less than you've paid in.

Kidstart Payments

We’re happy to accept KidStart Savings payments to a CTF or Junior ISA account.

When you register with KidStart, you can collect up to 20% back on all your purchases, every time you shop at over 1000 family-friendly retailers – such as John Lewis, eBay, Amazon and Waitrose.

To find out more and register for free, visit www.KidStart.co.uk. »

Please note:

When linking the child's account, please use their CTF or JISA account number as a reference.

There are a couple of things you should bear in mind. First, payments are a gift to the child and can’t be returned to the payer, only the child can take the money out, and only once they're 18. Second, as the account invests in shares, it could have good potential to grow. But it's worth remembering that its value can fall as well as rise. This is normal for this kind of investment, but it does mean the child could get back less than you've paid in.

Family Investments
Junior ISA and Child Trust Funds

To find out more about how to pay into an account, please look at our pay-in page below:

Ways to pay into an account »

Please note, the minimum payment is £10.

Junior Bond and Family Bond

We're sorry, but we can only accept payments by direct debit.

Ethical Equity ISA

It's easy to make one-off payments by cheque. Just write a cheque to 'Family Equity Plan Limited', or to yourself. Please make sure you write your name and Ethical Equity ISA account number on the back, or there may be a delay in investing your money.

Here's our address:

FREEPOST OneFamily (Please note, this is the full address)

Please note, the minimum amount for a payment into an Ethical Equity ISA is £50.

There are a couple of things you should bear in mind. As the account invests in shares, it could have good potential to grow. But it's worth remembering that its value can fall as well as rise. This is normal for this kind of investment, but it does mean you could get back less than you've paid in.

Kidstart Payments

We’re happy to accept KidStart Savings payments to a CTF or Junior ISA account.

When you register with KidStart, you can collect up to 20% back on all your purchases, every time you shop at over 1000 family-friendly retailers – such as John Lewis, eBay, Amazon and Waitrose.

To find out more and register for free, visit www.KidStart.co.uk. »

Please note:

When linking the child's account, please use their CTF or JISA account number as a reference.

There are a couple of things you should bear in mind. First, payments are a gift to the child and can't be returned to the payer, only the child can take the money out, and only once they're 18. Second, as the account invests in shares, it could have good potential to grow. But it's worth remembering that its value can fall as well as rise. This is normal for this kind of investment, but it does mean the child could get back less than you've paid in.

Engage Mutual
Child Trust Fund

You can make one-off payments or set up a standing order from any bank or building society.

Here are our bank details:

Sort code: 20-37-13

Account number: 80017310

Reference: The child's CTF account number (e.g. 01234567)

Please note:

  • you can set up standing orders to pay on any day of the month
  • the total that can be paid into a CTF account in a single year is £4,080. This is the limit for the CTF, and not a limit for each person who pays in.
  • payments are a gift to the child and can't be returned to the payer
  • the minimum payment is £5. If the payment is smaller, we'll have to return it to you.

You can make a one-off payment to a CTF account by cheque:

  • please write your cheque to Engage Mutual Assurance
  • please write the child's name, date of birth and CTF account number on the back, and send it to the address below:

FREEPOST OneFamily (Please note, this is the full address)

There are a couple of things you should bear in mind. First, only the child can take the money out, and only once they're 18. Second, as the account invests in shares, it could have good potential to grow. But it's worth remembering that its value can fall as well as rise. This is normal for this kind of investment, but it does mean the child could get back less than you've paid in.

Kidstart Payments

We’re happy to accept KidStart Savings payments to a CTF or Junior ISA account.

When you register with KidStart, you can get up to 20% back on all your purchases, every time you shop at over 1000 family-friendly retailers – such as John Lewis, eBay, Amazon and Waitrose.

To find out more and register for free, visit www.KidStart.co.uk. »

Please note:

When linking the child's account, please use their CTF or JISA account number as a reference.

There are a couple of things you should bear in mind. First, payments are a gift to the child and can't be returned to the payer, only the child can take the money out, and only once they're 18. Second, as the account invests in shares, it could have good potential to grow. But it's worth remembering that its value can fall as well as rise. This is normal for this kind of investment, but it does mean the child could get back less than you've paid in.